Mirroring her sonic evolution, Tiffany adds a guitar-based crunch to her new remake of "I Think We're Alone Now," whose video Billboard is premiering.
The song, originally a No. 4 Billboard Hot 100 hit for Tommy James and the Shondells in 1967, became Tiffany's first of two No. 1s, in 1987, remade with a dance-pop shine. Ballad "Could've Been" followed as her second leader in winter 1988. Both were released from her debut self-titled album, which topped the Billboard 200.
"On my new album, Pieces of Me, I was inspired by the Foo Fighters, and maybe a little Go-Go's and Blondie mixed together … with Tiffany," she says. "I wanted to show 'I Think We're Alone Now' in that kind of a version, one that shows the layers of my new music."